Interviewing.io with Aline Lerner

Interviewing engineers is not a solved problem. Quite the opposite–everyone in the software industry will tell you their own personal issues with the hiring process. One reason that technical interviews have not evolved significantly is the lack of standardized tooling. Some companies give you one phone screen, some give you two. Some companies have you solve brain teasers (“how many golf balls fit in a school bus”) and some makeContinue reading...

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Model Training with Yufeng Guo

Machine learning models can be built by plotting points in space and optimizing a function based off of those points. For example, I can plot every person in the United States in a 3 dimensional space: age, geographic location, and yearly salary. Then I can draw a function that minimizes the distance between my function and each of those data points. Once I define that function, you can give meContinue reading...

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Interview w/ Kristen Gallagher (Part 1)

In today's episode, I talk with Kristen Gallagher about HR. This isn't the boring stuff you think when you first hear the term human resources; we talk about how HR can help teams work better together. Today's episode is brought to you by Linode. Linode Provides superfast SSD based Linux servers in the cloud starting at $5 a month. Linode is offering Developer Tea listeners $20 worth of credit if you use the code DEVELOPERTEA2017 at checkout. Head over to spec.fm/linode to learn more about

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147: Charlotte Dann

Charlotte Dann is our guest for this episode! She joins Marie and Rachel to talk about her new project that got its start on CodePen: Hexatope - designing jewelry with hexagonal generative art.

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Internet Monitoring with Matt Kraning

How would you build a system for indexing and monitoring the entire Internet? Start by breaking the Internet up into IP address ranges. Give each of those address ranges to servers distributed around the world. On each of those servers, iterate through your list of IP addresses, sending packets to them. Depending on what sorts of packets those IP addresses respond to, and what those responses are, you can buildContinue reading...

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SE-Radio Episode 306: Ron Lichty on Managing Programmers

Ron Lichty talks with SE-Radio’s Nate Black about managing programmers. Topics include: why programming management is hard, what makes a good programming manager, the costs of micromanagement, self-organizing teams, team dynamics and motivation, and product team performance.   Related links Ron Lichty’s blog Ron Lichty Consulting Managing the Unmanageable “If we’re Agile, why do we […]

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Scala Native with Denys Shabalin

Scala is a functional and object oriented programming language built on the JVM. Scala Native takes this language, loved by many, and brings it to bare metal. Scala Native is an optimizing ahead-of-time compiler and lightweight managed runtime designed specifically for Scala. Denys Shabalin (dennis shuh-blin) is a Research Assistant at the EPFL and the primary creator of Scala Native. In this episode, Adam Bell interviews Denys about the motivationsContinue reading...

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The Most Important Part of My Day (Part 2)

In today's episode, we talk about a habit that I believe anyone listening to this can benefit from: a morning/evening journal session. Today's episode is brought to you by Spec! Spec is here to help you level up as a developer, designer, or other digital creative producer. Check out the other shows and community by heading to spec.fm, and join the spec community at https://spectrum.chat!

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Episode 044 - Champagne ideas and caviar dreams

Writing great code isn’t always the only part of our jobs. In order to impact changes on our teams or the business we need to be able to persuade others to buy into your ideas. This could be in the form of migrating to a new technology, process or even adding a new feature to a product. In this episode, we are joined by Shirely Wu to help us discuss how we can best sell our ideas and make an impact for our teams or clients.

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Animation at Work with Rachel Nabors

We talk with Rachel Nabors about all things animation, and she comes bearing discount codes. CCleaner is infected. Machine learning in the browser. And Edge comes to iOS and Android.

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